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VeprIT has released Photo Sense 1.12.0, an update of the non-destructive batch photo enhancement solution for Mac OS X 10.7 and higher. The upgrade introduces a number features, such as the original directory structure replication when exporting results, the ability to use IPTC/EXIF metadata in output filenames, and more.
° Photo Sense enhances photos automatically, and allows users to customize results to their liking. It ensures that the users get great results very quickly by supporting batch processing and image settings synchronization. In addition, it offers various creative effects.
Photo Sense (US$33.99) has a "lite" version, Photo Sense Lite (free), and an iPhone/iPad/iPod touch version ($1.99) with a native iPad interface. Photo Sense Lite and the mobile version implement the same automatic photo enhancement algorithm as the full Mac version. They also provide similar semi-automatic processing tools. However, they only work with a single image at a time, and don't allow manual adjustments. In addition, for performance reasons, the mobile version has a limited set of creative effects.
Photo Sense and Photo Sense Lite are available at the Mac App Store; the iOS version is available at the Apple App Store. For more info go to http://veprit.com/photosense .